Local from Monday, February 11th, 2019
Calls renewed to scrap zero-hours contracts in the East Midlands
Analysis from the TUC has found zero-hour workers do double the night shifts and are paid on average £4 an hour less than other workers.
Residents urged to secure their sheds following thefts in the Brampton area
Police are encouraging residents to step up their shed security and appealing for information following recent thefts in the Brampton area of Chesterfield.
Pensioner in 'critical condition' after being hit by a car in Clowne
Officers investigating a serious collision in Clowne on Friday, February 8, are appealing to the public for their help.
Specialist 'ring cutter' required to help remove jewellery in Clowne
The incident took place this morning.
Derbyshire's roads to benefit from Government funding
More than eight million pounds has been set aside for work to be done on the highways.
Buxton man forced to pay the price for littering
The resident was fined £250 for dropping a cigarette butt there last year.
Theatre show to highlight online dangers in schools across the Derbyshire Dales
It's coming to secondary schools in Matlock and Bakewell.
Rubbish fire extinguished in Coal Aston this morning
Crews were called out earlier on today.
New homes possibly coming to Bolsover
Proposals have been submitted to build up to 240 new properties there.